Read Real Stories from People Living with a Chronic Illness

The aim of this article is to describe the experience and the long-term conditions of chronic illness. Many sufferers with chronic illness, including many children, often have trouble explaining the level of pain they are in.

Some of the challenges they face are: burn out easily, neglect own bodies, skip lunch, frustrated, fatigue, working too many roles, bored, workload, overwhelmed, pressure, anxiety, depression, fear etc..

Read more below or click the image to learn more.

Why chronic illness is a global health issue and the responsibility is not equally shared, there is a lack of communication, relationship conflicts and every person would be more self directed if outside influence stops.

This learning platform can help us to better understand the importance of why a positive attitude and a flexible mindset are key to the success in the recovery from a disabling chronic illness. Understanding empathy is the first step, but also we can contribute to the quality of a sufferer’s mental health and mental illness by listening more, hearing other points of view and learning the key statistics and facts of chronic illness and chronic pain.

“The still waters of a lake reflect the beauty around it. When the mind is still, the beauty of the Self is seen reflected in it.”   
B.K.S. Iyengar

It’s often necessary to gain needed accommodations at work or at home, proper medical care, support, and understanding. It can often feel isolating at times. If you need to talk confidentially you can call Samaritans on 116 123 at any time.

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We can open the line of communication and help you get better at paying attention, slowing down, and gaining self-control.
“While adults with ADHD struggle with a lack of interest and low productivity, in the right settings the opposite can take hold: high productivity levels.” – by fastbrain.com

“The key is in not spending time, but in investing it.” – Stephen R. Covey

What are your thoughts on this article?  Did you listen with empathy?

Thank you♡

Money is Important But Not More Than Your Mental Health 💜

“People who don’t see you every day have a hard time understanding how on some days–good days–you can run three miles, but can barely walk across the parking lot on other days,’ [my mom] said quietly.”

Jennifer Starzec

I have created a link to the Invisible Illness board to share important pins because it can happen to you….We are all in this together♡

“Empathy is important because it helps us understand how others are feeling so we can respond appropriately to the situation and to connect” by Stephen Khan

With Chronic Illness You Can’t see the Pain
“According to Gov.uk there over 11,000,000 Million People in the UK who suffer with a disability and the majority of those disabilities are Invisible” – Connie Wardale🍁

“You don’t have to struggle in silence. You can be un-silent. You can live well with a mental health condition, as long as you open up to somebody about it, because it’s really important you share your experience with people so that you can get the help that you need.” — Demi Lovato

In Hard Times The Stronger You Have to Be!

2020 has affected everyone♡

Lately, several people have communicated to me that they feel extremely anxious about the times the world is going through now. The Covid-19 global pandemic has affected the lives and livelihood of millions around the world. All this chaos that exists affects the mind and mental health of individuals. Anxiety, stress, depression, post-traumatic stress and […]

In Hard Times The Stronger You Have to Be!

October 2020: Invisible Illness Awareness Week 💙

We all need to play our part.

ME: the most devastating disease you’ve never heard of. May 12th is Invisible Illness Day; a day to bring attention and awareness to illnesses and diseases which don’t manifest obvious outward symptoms for the world to see. We, the sick, need people to understand, to care, to help us advocate when our treacherous bodies won’t allow us to. YOU can help when you #GoBlue4ME!

ME And Invisible Illness Day: May 12th

Breast Cancer Awareness Month 2020|A Little Bit Better with Enza Hebert 🦋💜

Download the link here to learn about early detection and a warning signs checklist♡

Think Pink!! Pink Pumpkin, Pink Hallowen Style

Give Hope. Save Lives.

Get a Medical Check-up and Save your Life.

Wear it Pink – on Friday 23rd October 2020 to continue to raise awareness.

Stay Safe.

#pinkdigital

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